The eccentric rock group Victor Victorious first attained global notoriety when their original singer, Sphincter George, died onstage during a particularly dangerous stunt. After riding the following press coverage to the top of the charts, the band found a new lead singer and almost immediately began recording.
Their most critically acclaimed album, “Sadisdick”, faced further setbacks months later. Guitarist and song-writer, Terry Taint, was fatally electrocuted during a sound test, and rumors of hidden subliminal messaging brought religious groups out to burn newly minted copies of the album. Happily enough, this helped make “Sadisdick” one of the best-selling albums produced by Tyrannosaurus Records.
Victor Victorious was set to perform a sold-out show at Serling City's OneView Arena, but unfortunately had to cancel when their drummer, Scrotimus Dong, was horribly mangled by a bear. Again, this occurred onstage in front of thousands of fans.
The remaining members of Victor Victorious are currently on hiatus, and the Faceless Corporation greatly anticipates their return to music!
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